CPD is pleased to share news of generous support from a CPD Advisory Board Member.
Join noted author, journalist and public diplomacy scholar, Philip Seib, for a conversation on his new book, Information at War: Journalism, Disinformation, and Modern Warfare.
Press release announcing Gretchen M. Franke and Chad D. Houghton as first recipients of the Prize.
The dynamism of today’s global information environment underscores an essential role of strategic communication for government agencies with international concerns, including the military. Although the U.S. Department of Defense established Cyber Command and encouraged the armed forces to expand their Information Operations capabilities, the military culture continues to look at the information domain as a sphere to influence only during hostilities. So what does information capability mean in this context? How should the efforts be aligned with the other agencies and partners?
Reflecting on the Lviv Security Forum, CPD Faculty Fellow Philip Seib discusses the critical importance of media literacy in combating hybrid warfare that relies on disinformation.
A new briefing paper by the Finnish Institute of International Affairs (FIIA) examines institutional challenges to U.S. counter-disinformation strategy.